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Cambridge womens captain Lara Gibson, Cambridge mens captain Charlie Amesbury, Hills Tom Hill, Oxford womens captain Sophie Behan and Oxford mens captain Conor Kearns, Picture: Anth Lynn
Cambridge womens captain Lara Gibson, Cambridge mens captain Charlie Amesbury, Hills Tom Hill, Oxford womens captain Sophie Behan and Oxford mens captain Conor Kearns, Picture: Anth Lynn

Cambridge and Oxford Universities to carry company name on shirts

Cambridge and Oxford Universities will be wearing the name of Hill on their shirts in the Varsity Match at Twickenham on Thursday, December 7.

The housebuilder, which boasts a strong presence in both cities, has been named as the official shirt partner of The Varsity Match.

Hill is currently working with the University of Cambridge to deliver 599 private residential new homes in Eddington, an entirely new community being created on the city’s fringes.

This includes the housebuilder’s Athena development, with properties ranging from one bedroom apartments to five bedroom family houses.

Andy Hill, chief Executive at Hill, said: “We are thrilled to be part of this year’s Varsity Match, which represents the pinnacle of amateur rugby.

“Rugby is a sport that teaches and requires commitment, teamwork and great organisation – skills that are very closely aligned with our business.

“The quality and variety of housing available to local residents plays a significant role in the growth and prosperity of cities like this, so we are very proud of the part we play in meeting these needs.”

David Searle, chief executive of The Varsity Match, said: “We are delighted to welcome Hill as a partner of The Varsity Match and look forward to building a successful partnership together for the matches at Twickenham.”

Tickets for the Varsity Match cost £25 for adults and £15 fir students. For more information visit www.thevarsitymatch.com



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